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/Dec/2010

head games

By: nickolai693 @ 07:19 (EST) / 207 / Comment ( 0 )

I have to say I get called all kinds of stuff during a game why ya ask ah lets see maybe because of a suck out committed against me by a very poor pre flop call made against my 5x preflop raise who hits nothing on the flop but continues to chase I make the comment that he made a poor call but got rewarded and im called everything you can think of lmao which is fine with me why well that opens the door for head games to be played oohh yes and believe it or not it is a tool of the game so I fire back at the little kid which starts a whole slay of sayings others at the table get involved and some even think I am on tilt lol which I dont tilt but it does help gettn calls by people when they think you are oh the chips build up fast lol now some take it personal which they shouldnt but they do anyways remember it is a social game but you are also playing to win so use every asset at your fingertips lol  gl at the tables

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